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All parents know the frustrations of trying to work out a child's needs when they are too young to communicate with words. This easy-to-use guide helps parents teach their children basic signs, allowing the child to express themselves from as early as seven months.

An introduction explains how baby signing developed and its uses for the reader and their child. This leads into the main body of the book which is divided into themed categories, and then each entry is alphabetized within for easy use.

Sign Language for Babies and Toddlers is a reader-friendly practical guide will help to develop a child's learning abilities at the earliest possible stage, and helps create an invaluable bond between parent and child.

Sign language for babies and toddlers - Christopher Brown

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Title
Sign language for babies and toddlers
Author
Christopher Brown
format
Hardback
Publisher
Thunder Bay Press
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20051121

All parents know the frustrations of trying to work out a child's needs when they are too young to communicate with words. This easy-to-use guide helps parents teach their children basic signs, allowing the child to express themselves from as early as seven months.

An introduction explains how baby signing developed and its uses for the reader and their child. This leads into the main body of the book which is divided into themed categories, and then each entry is alphabetized within for easy use.

Sign Language for Babies and Toddlers is a reader-friendly practical guide will help to develop a child's learning abilities at the earliest possible stage, and helps create an invaluable bond between parent and child.

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An expert in both American Sign Language and British Sign Language, Christopher Brown is the author of The Art of Sign Language and the Art of Sign Language: Phrases. While working at a Canadian airport, he recognized the need for someone with signing skills to assist hearing-impaired passengers. Since then, he's become well-known in the deaf community and is often invited to 'speak' at signing conferences. A regular visitor to the Tobago School for the Deaf and Hearing Impaired, Brown currently lives in Great Britain.

Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Nonverbal communication in infants.|Interpersonal communication in infants.|Nonverbal communication in children.|Interpersonal communication in children.|Child rearing.|Sign language.
Country of Publication
California
Number of Pages
208

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